|STARVING FOR HUNGER: BUZ EISENBERG ON GITMO - Bread and Roses Radio|
This weeks Bread and Roses features a talk by civil rights attorney Buz Eisenberg on the hunger strikers at Guantanamo Detention Center in Cuba known as Gitmo. Opened in January 2002 with the import of 779 captives from Afghanistan 80 per cent of whom were innocent. Gitmo became synonymouswith torture and Military Justice.
Keywords: GITMO; Guantanamo Detention Center; detainee hunger strike
|The People's Summit New Orleans - Nathan duToit|
Criminal Justice System
Keywords: Critical Resistance; Hutto Detention Center; Jena 6
|Guantanamo Bay Detention Center : CSPAN : January 14, 2013 12:30am-2:00am EST|
Series/Special. Speeches by those responsible for the detainees at Guantanamo Bay. New.
Keywords: Guantanamo Bay Detention Center; Television Program
|Ministere de l'immigration clash a la peinture|
With our friendly greetings to Maggie !
Keywords: De Block; detention center; prison for migrants; deportation; federale overheid
|From Prowler to Preacher - Tony Miano|
Tony Miano shared his testimony and preached the Law and the Gospel to 170 inmates at the Pitchess Detention Center
Keywords: Tony Miano; Pitchess Detention Center; law; gospel; testimony; grace; jail; inmates; prowler; preacher
|Labor Express For 6-22-08 - Jerry Mead-Lucero|
This is the full June 22nd, 2008 episode of the Labor Express Radio program. Part II of my interview with Mark Brenner of Labor Notes on the 2008 SEIU convention in Puerto Rico. The convention gave a growing reform caucus within the union an opportunity to challenge the direction the union has taken in recent years under the leadership of Andy Stern. Reformers argue that business unionism has increasingly replaced the social movement orientation of the union...
Keywords: labor; justice; rights; worker; union; chicago; immigrant; ICIRR; detention center; SEIU; FMPR; Puerto Rico; reform
|View Focus Podcast 2 - Daniel Shin|
View Focus Podcast Episode 2. Podcast that focuses on viewpoints and opinions on developing issues and events around the world and in the US. In this episode, we will be focusing on Guantanamo Bay Detention Center in Cuba.
Keywords: View Focus; Podcast; View Focus Podcast; Guantanamo Bay Cuba; Guantanamo Detention Center; Human Rights Violation
|Free The Guantanamo Bay Prisoners - sgl|
Opponents of the Guantanamo Bay Detention Center argued for closure of the facility. They refer to the impact of the prison on U.S. credibility, the number of trials held in the 11 years that the prison has been open, bills passed by Congress that prevent the release of prisoners, and the legitimacy of military commissions. President Obama is criticized for failing to close the facility and for not vetoing a 2012 defense bill that barred the transfer of detainees. The program contains language ...
Keywords: Great Speeches And Interviews; Guantanamo Bay Detention Center; Obama; Congress; detainees; Peter Bergen; Morris Davis; Thomas Wilner; Andrew Worthington; C-Span
|Community and Resistance Tour (14 November 2010 - Phoenix, AZ) - dan v|
Community and Resistance Tour Phoenix, AZ 14 November 2010 The COMMUNITY AND RESISTANCE tour seeks to communicate about current struggles for justice and liberation, from nooses hung in the northern Louisiana town of Jena to women organizing inside prisons, from resistance to school privatization to post-Katrina community organizing and cultural resistance. The tour also seeks to connect communities of liberation, and to build relationships between grassroots activists and independent media...
Keywords: health care; education; criminal justice; housing; racism; Jena Six; Katrina; New Orleans; community; resistance; women in prison; prisoner organizing; immigration; immigrant detention; battered women; battered women's clemency; Krome INS detention center; Golden Venture; prison hunger strikes; immigrant organizing
|Prison Radio Show - April 10, 2014|
The question on the minds of many NFL fans lately is: Does Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson have gang ties? The better question might be: What does "gang ties" mean, anyway? And even more, does this loose characterization threaten the contract status and livelihood of other players around the league? To answer this we aired the latest commentary by political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal. We aired an interview with Christine Hemingway, who filed a lawsuit against the BC Corrections, Surrey Pre-...
Keywords: prisoner; political prisoner; Joel Bitar; g20 protest in Toronto; extradition to Canada; Christine Hemingway; BC Corrections; Surrey Pre-Trail Services Center; Alouette Correctional Center for Women; lawsuit; inadequate healthcare; Central North Correctional Centre; Mumia Abu-Jamal; DeSean Jackson; gang ties; immigranation Detention Center
|People United - February 10, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Bob Libal, Pam Resendiz and Geoff Valdes about the struggle against immigrant detention and, more specifically, the Hutto Visitation Program, a project of Grassroots Leadership that is organized with Texans United for Families.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Bob Libal; Grassroots Leadership; Geoff Valdes; Texans United for Families; Pam Resendiz; Texas DREAM Alliance; DREAM Act; Development; Relief and Education for Alien Minors; Hutto Visitation Program; T Don Hutto Residential Center; T Don Hutto Family Residential Facility; Corrections Corporation of America; Williamson County; Taylor; Carnes County Civil Detention Center; GEO Group; Secure Communities; US Immigration and Cutoms Enforcement; ICE; Federal Bureau of Investigation; FBI; immigration; immigrant rights; immigrant justice; immigrant detention; undocumented immigrants; immigrant children; immigrant women; immigrant men; immigrant families; detention centers; law enforcement; criminal justice; criminalization; finger prints; racial profiling; privacy; civil rights; civil liberties; social justice; current events
|People United 2013 Jun 07 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation with Elaine Cohen, Natalie Goodnow and Rocío Villalobos of Texans United for Families about immigrant detention in Texas, particularly at the Polk County Adult Detention Center in Livingston and at the T. Don Hutto Residential Center (formerly the T. Don Hutto Family Residential Facility) in Taylor. They spoke at the KOOP Studio on June 2, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Elaine Cohen; Natalie Goodnow; Rocío Villalobos; Texans United for Families; Hutto Visitation Program; LIFT; Liberating Immigrant Families Together; CIVIC; Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement; Detention Watch Network; Grassroots Leadership; Expose and Close; Bob Libal; Silky Shah; Sam Vong; Gislaine Williams; Geoff Valdés; ICE; Immigration and Customs Enforcement; CEC; Community Education Centers; IAH Secure Adult Detention Facility; Polk County; Adult Detention Center; Livingston; Houston; T Don Hutto Residential Center; Taylor; Williamson County; Texas; CCA; Corrections Corporation of America; GEO Group; United States; immigrant; immigration; justice; dignity; civil liberties; civil rights; human rights; legal assistance; accountability; oversight; women; children; men; family; families; privilege; subordination; profiling; criminalization; double standards; race; class; gender; sexual orientation; national origin; mass incarceration; detention; solitary confinement; for profit; private; prison; bank; investment; labor; laborer; exploit; exploitation; corporate; corporation; federal; contract; subcontract; lobby; prison industrial complex; deport; deportation; release; closure; reform; militarization; border; policy alternatives; visit; document; report; educate; education; protest; vigil; activism; struggle; community; alliances; current events